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Oct 10, 2012 7:00am PDT
air bags. >> yes. go figure. government warned yesterday that the air bags that have been replaced in the past three years may have had dangerous counterfeit bags installed. keep in mind only 0.1% of u.s. vehicles are believed to have been affected. you know, that's still tens of thousands of car owners that may be driving around with faulty bags. they don't inflate or fail to inflate properly. there was one amazing case where a counterfeit bag fired shards of metal shrapnel on impact. what do you do if you are concerned? we can check tout government website. to learn whether or not your vehicle model is among those affected. no injuries tide to these bags. government investigators believe many of these bags have come from china. >> mandy drury, thank you. >>> neiman marcus is out with its annual holiday catalog and have some, as usual, outrageous gifts with even more outrageous price tags. how about a jet pack for $100,000? red special edition of clarins spider, 350 grand. for a mere 350,000, this hen house, hen house, yes, inspire ed, annie the musical. a pair of his
Oct 12, 2012 10:00am EDT
people might move from getting employer-based health care to shopping for it on their own with government's help. that was paul ryan's plan a couple of years ago. >> the two squared off over the controversial -- is this it? yeah, the mandate requiring free contraception coverage. >> our church should not have to sue our federal government to maintain their religious liberties. >> no religious institution, catholic or otherwise, including catholic social services, georgetown hospital, mercy hospital, any hospital, none has to refer contraception, none has to pay for contraception, none has to be a vehicle to get contraception in any insurance policy they provide. >> it was interesting. you have two roman catholics the first time sitting there. also at a time when this whole war on women question is sort of boiling up. that sort of plays into it. truth and not so truth. >> in a way they are both right. there were suits. there was, as you remember, six months or so ago a number of catholic hospitals in particular that were very upset at a rule the administration put forward that would have p
Oct 11, 2012 7:00am PDT
. and clearly the interim government in libya was challenged in its own right in getting a handle on these various armed militias and could not provide a level of security that we see in many dip will he matt tick or most diplomatic posts around the world.will he matt tick or most diplomatic posts around the world. there was the debate yesterday about would another half dozen security personnel inside the compound have made a difference. i don't think as yesterday's testimony suggested, it's unclear that x number of additional security person they will would have been able for repel the assault on the enclave. i think you can make a blausable scenario that had there been more people in the compound, could you have see fewer deaths or more deaths. >> the second part of the equation is they say the american people were lied to about what exactly happened that day. four weeks before an election, is this the time to get answers? did you hear anything that provided some answers to the questions, serious questions, about what with dwe know, when did we know it? >> there are serious ques
Oct 8, 2012 7:00am PDT
have -- billionaires trying to buy a government. first time in history seeing the full flower of the supreme court decision in citizens united. it's disgusting and this country can't continue down this road. we have to find a way to fix that and repair the damage done by the citizens united decision from the supreme court. >> when we do the postmortem, david, do you think we'll say that ads made a difference, super-pac money made the difference? >> money is a resource and not an outcome. it's what you say and do with it. races of candidates with a ton of money and nothing to say with the money and so i think that ultimately campaigns have got to figure out what's the compelling reason that the candidate should be elected. the amount of money is a result of the campaign reform bill and the associated decisions after that. you have a situation where i would suggest that candidate voice has been diminished of super-pacs. you hear more from the super-pacs than the candidates themselves. >> one of the things that both of these candidates have said is they feel like they have to spe
Oct 9, 2012 7:00am PDT
security, about the role of government, and i think it's going to be, for lack of a better term, chris and chris, i think this is going to be a gentlemen's debate more than a hurricane-type debate. >> okay. >> i hope that's the case, at least. >> well, in 2008, in the vice presidential debate, joe biden took care like he was patronizing or bullying sarah palin, which to be clear is a different dynamic when you're debating a woman, and by most accounts, he succeeded at doing that, but a lot of people believe his best attribute is his sort of everyman persona. take a look at his debate against sarah palin. >> the notion that, somehow, because i'm a man, i don't know what it's like to raise two kids alone. i don't know what it's like to have a child you're not sure is going to make it. >> chris, that was powerful at the time and congressman ryan being more of a policy wonk, kind of deep in the numbers, what do you think about sort of just their personalities and what that brings to the debate? >> well, on the personality front, the vice president has a huge advantage. he's incredibly greg
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